“Let’s not forget that the little emotions are the great captains of our lives and we obey them without realizing it.” — Vincent Van Gogh
B.A., M.A., Ch Clin.Psychol., T.Q.A.P., Member I.P.A.
Judith Felman graduated as a clinical psychologist in 1986 and as an adult psychotherapist in 1997 at the Tavistock Clinic, where she completed a four year full time training and was awarded the Tavistock Qualification in Adult Psychotherapy.
Judith went on to work as a consultant clinical psychologist in the NHS and has since divided her clinical work time between the NHS and private practice. In 2009 Judith gained membership of the British Psychoanalytic Association being awarded the title of psychoanalyst and becoming a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association (I.P.A.).
People seek therapy for all sorts of reasons. They may suffer with depression, stress or anxiety or have a general feeling of emptiness and lack of meaning in their life. They may have problems in relationships, following a loss – of a job for instance, a dear loved one, a long term relationship. Some people feel the need to see a therapist at times of adapting to changes – a new job, moving countries, or becoming a parent. Judith has developed a special interest in working with pregnant women and new parents and has a great deal of experience in this area.
Judith sees people in the city (EC2) and in North London (N2) and works in English, Spanish and Hebrew.
Judith Felman is registered with the Health Professions Council, the British Psychological Society, the British Psychoanalytic Council and the British and International Psychoanalytic Associations, and abides by the professional codes of ethics and conduct of these bodies.
People can either self-refer or be referred by their general practitioners, psychiatrists or other professionals such as family lawyers.
Judith is an approved therapist with BUPA and other insurance companies and charges within their approved fees.
Art work by Alejandra Miranda: Alejandra Miranda